Adam Cole, Bryan Danielson, Minoru Suzuki, and Ruby Soho ALL DEBUT at AEW’s All Out
Live from Chicago, All Elite Wrestling presented the All Out PPV. It delivered some of the biggest surprises of the entire year.
The first of theses surprises came in the way of a Minoru Suzuki debut.
Suzuki stepped out to face Moxley following Mox’s match with original forbidden door opener, Satoshi Kojima. Suzuki is set to face Moxley at this week’s Dynamite.
Next up, it was Destination AEW.
Soho was revealed to have pulled the Joker Card in the night’s Battle Royale. The decision to move the match from the Buy-In to the main card was a great one. It did an incredible job of showcasing a talented AEW’s Women’s Division. In the end Soho would go on to win herself a title shot against Britt Baker, D.M.D by eliminating Thunder Rosa.
The final two surprises came after Kenny Omega retained his World Title in a hard fought match against Christian Cage. Omega commented that anyone on his level was “already dead.” It was was then that the arena darkened and The Elite saw a ghost.
Cole seemed to take exception to Omega’s words at first but once in the ring he quickly joined back in with his friends in The Elite. The reunion of .the Super Kliq would have to be put on hold, though.
Cue the music. Flight of the Valkyries hit/
It was time. Bryan Danielson made his eagerly awaited AEW Debut. Danielson took it to Nick Jackson and helped the show end with a stare down between Cole, The Young Bucks, and Omega vs. Danielson, Jungle Express, and Christian Cage.
All Out delivered in a historic way tonight.
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